Illegal Foreclosure Advocates

Contact Info for Potential Senator Allies to stop Mnuchin’s appointment :

 

US House Find Your Representative:

 

Contact information to some bank CEOs:

 

CFPB Mortgage Complaint Database Analysis Articles:

 

CFPB February Monthly Complaint Report

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CFPB January Monthly Complaint Report

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Debt Collection CFPB Monitor.com

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January 2017 Complaint Report Highlights Tennesee CFPB Monitor.com

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Consumeraction.com CFPB Complaint Database Issue (Fall 2016)

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Deloitte CFPB’s consumer complaint database Analysis reveals valuable insights

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SKELETONS IN THE DATABASE: AN EARLY ANALYSIS OF THE CFPB'S CONSUMER COMPLAINTS  Ian Ayres, Yale Law School

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USPIRG Mortgages and Mortgage Complaints - The CFPB’s Consumer Complaint Database Gets Real Results for Victims of Mortgage Problems

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CFPB Mortgage Complaint Database:

 

File Your Complaint:

CFPB:  Consumer Financial Protection Bureau 

(855) 411-CFPB (2372)
Español (855) 411-CFPB (2372)
TTY/TDD (855) 729-CFPB (2372)

8 a.m.–8 p.m. Eastern, Monday–Friday

The consumer is given a tracking number and the banks HAVE to respond.  And don't forget whistle-blowers are protected and can remain anonymous.

OCC:  File a complaint against a bank  
Phone: 800-613-6743, TDD Number: 713-658-0340
TTY: (800) 877-8339 (via a relay service)

IT APPEARS BANKS MAY OR MAY NOT LEGALLY FORECLOSE WITH AN OPEN OCC COMPLAINT!    Get busy now, file that complaint.


Ask CFPB-What are errors that show up in credit reports?

CFPB-What are errors that show up in credit reports?


MAAPL – The Massachusetts Alliance Against Predatory Lending
A coalition of local and state-wide organizations working together to reverse the foreclosure crisis.

MAAPL – The Massachusetts Alliance Against Predatory Lending


A collaborative effort of the NH Bar Association’s Legal Services Department, NH Legal Assistance, the Legal Advice and Referral Center (LARC), the NH Foreclosure Relief Project is funded by a portion of the state’s share of the national mortgage foreclosure settlement through the NH Department of Justice.

If you are a homeowner, help is available to New Hampshire residents of all income levels who are struggling to keep up with their mortgage payments, are having problems enforcing loan modifications or possibly facing foreclosure. Please see Help for Homeowner tab for more information on how to find help today.

We also provide opportunities for education, networking and support to attorneys participating in the project. If you are an attorney participating in the Project, please log-in to access resources.


NFHA Discrimination Complaint against Wells Fargo

 

 

  Legal Assistance Foundation of Chicago

 

Texas Department of Savings and Mortgage Lending

 

 

 

 

 

The Community Law Center, Inc.

 

 

 

Independent Foreclosure Review

Homeowners whose primary residence was part of a foreclosure action between January 1, 2009 and December 31, 2010, and whose home loan was serviced by a participating servicer, may be eligible for an Independent Foreclosure Review.

The Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System and the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (federal bank regulators) have required an Independent Foreclosure Review by an independent consultant to identify eligible customers who may have been financially injured due to errors, misrepresentations, or other deficiencies in their foreclosure process. If the review finds that financial injury occurred, the customer may receive compensation or other remedy.

Also see: Foreclosure Reviews: Exorbitant for Banks, Gold Mines for Consultants  This is from the November 1, 2012 American Banker:  

Excerpt: 

Obscured in the feuding is an issue potentially even more troubling than the questions about the consultants' independence: the cost of running the reviews has spiraled out of all proportion to their potential benefits.

Designed to compensate wronged homeowners, the review programs are almost certain to deliver several times more cash to the consultants overseeing them. Bankruptcy filings by ResCap, the former GMAC mortgage servicer slated to be acquired by Ocwen, state that the company will pay consultant PricewaterhouseCoopers $12,500 to review each of 20,000 loans for a total cost of a quarter-billion dollars. Yet ResCap expects to pay only $35 million to $60 million to harmed homeowners

For this independent review,

Homeowner gets $860.00 - $2,000.00 as compensation for the intentional destruction of your life, stolen equity, theft of your home, and multiple civil and criminal wrongs committed against you;

PricewaterhouseCoopers get $12,500.00 to review your single file.